The Best All Natural Organic Beds And Mattresses

By Rob Plain

There is some really exciting stuff happening in the world of bedding these days. As sleep technology progresses bed manufacturing companies are able to put out better products. Gone are the days when a mattress is a mattress is a mattress. Today mattress companies are spending millions of dollars to gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. Here we are going to explore some of the exciting progressions in the mattress industry.

All Natural Beds:

As consumers become more aware of the materials that are going into what they sleep on, manufacturers are responding with mattress lines aimed at “all natural mattress shoppers.” As Bed Info.com reports, Essentia, a Canadian memory foam mattress company is an up and coming leader in the industry. They have produced a line of mattresses that are made completely chemical free. Their beds are made with plant extracts, oils, and water. Each bed is formed separately by pouring a mixture into a mold, and then forming it like a cake. By doing this each bed can be made without the use of any glues that could be potentially harmful to consumers. Essentia’s memory foam mattresses aren’t just about making an all natural product, but like the rest of the memory foam mattress industry their beds help correct poor spine alignment during sleep, and help consumers get a better nights rest.

Dormia:

Dormia announced during the January 2008 trade show that they will be expanding their all natural bedding selection by introducing the Dormia Green mattress line. The Dormia Green line will feature organic ticking. Several years ago, Dormia introduced the “Ambrosia,” its top-of-the-line memory foam and latex mattress that featured bamboo ticking. Dormia is already a leading brand in the specialty sleep market offering several different memory foam and latex foam mattress models. Many of their models already use all natural New Zealand lambs wool.

Eco Bedroom:

EcoBedroom has a great selection of all natural innerspring mattresses. If you are looking for an all natural bedding option, but aren’t ready to go with the great memory foam choices described above, then take a look at ecobedroom. There you will find beds that are made from organic cotton, wool, and hemp. These products work to keep your body at a cooler temperature to help you sleep more soundly. By using all natural products they promote a more restful “all natural” sleeping environment.

The great thing about going organic is that these mattresses are usually hand crafted individually instead of being massed produced. Because the construction of these beds takes more time and care they have to be manufactured by hand. Although this can add to the cost, it must be understood that you are paying a premium for an all natural, hand crafted bed. If you are in the market for a new mattress it is worth your while to check out some of the newer mattress products available!